Designed by San Francisco-based Butler Armsden and built on a 1.4-acre Atherton parcel which had housed an older 3,700-square-foot home which was purchased for $4.2 million in 2013, the great room at the center of the new 9,700-square-foot home at 30 Belbrook Way features a vaulted ceiling and two walls of retractable glass doors which truly open up the home for indoor/outdoor living.
The master bedroom’s floor to ceiling windows overlook a grove of oaks, as do the master bathroom’s, with a curbless bathing area and modern freestanding tub.
The lower level rec room, which opens to the 50-foot pool, is finished with blue sintra limestone floors, rift-cut white oak doors and cabinets, a zinc bar and a glass enclosed wine room for up to 1,800 bottles.
The detached one-bedroom guest house measures an additional 1,100 square feet. There are two two-car garages, each with a charging station. And 30 Belbrook Way is now back on the market for $21.98 million.